TimeLine Layout

January, 2015

  • 27 January

    Pakistan welcomes India’s positive role in Afghanistan

    AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: A senior Pakistani official has said that Pakistan will welcome India’s positive role in Afghanistan for peace and stability in the region. Pakistani media outlets quoted the secretary foreign affairs, Aizaz Ahmed Chaudry, as saying that the United States should exert pressure on India to resolve all …

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  • 27 January

    Air superiority vital to fight militancy

    Modern-day technology had significantly reshaped the wars, especially the counter-militancy operations, because insurgency is not different from guerilla warfare. Winning guerilla wars have always been a tough task due to evolving strategies and geo-politics. In such wars foreign actors jump in to secure their interests. Moreover, such wars are easy …

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  • 27 January

    Displaced families in Kabul battle brutal winter

    AT-KABUL: Large number of displaced families (IDP), who escaped war by taking refuge in the capital city of Afghanistan, are battling the harsh winter for survival. For the last 15 days, temperature has dropped below zero in Kabul and its surrounding areas where scores of Afghan displaced families said that …

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  • 26 January

    Indian embassy in Kabul celebrates 66th Republic Day of India

    AT-KABUL: The Embassy of India in Kabul celebrated the 66th Republic Day of India on Monday. A press release emailed by the Indian Embassy in Kabul said that ambassador of India, Amar Sinha hoisted the Indian National Flag at a colorful function in the newly constructed Indian Embassy complex in …

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  • 26 January

    Birds illegal hunting prevented in Farah

    AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: Following reports on illegal hunting of birds by Arab nationals in western Farah province, officials said Monday that efforts have been taken to prevent this illegal act and save the rare birds of Afghanistan. The acting governor of Farah, Mohammad Yunus Rasuli, said a military council was …

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  • 26 January

    Durand Line security: Afghan delegation in Pakistan for 5-day visit

    AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: As Kabul and Islamabad recently made commitments to join hands in war on terror and eliminating insurgents from the two countries, a delegation comprised of senior security officials traveled to Pakistan to discuss security in both sides of the Durand Line, said officials on Monday. Zaluddin Ayar, …

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  • 26 January

    Afghanistan football gears up for friendly match against Pakistan

    The Afghanistan national football team is preparing for the upcoming friendly match against Pakistan national football team. According to the Afghanistan Football Federation (AFF) the friendly match is scheduled to be organized after eleven days in Pakistan. AFF officials said Monday a technical class was organized ahead of the friendly …

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  • 26 January

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  • 25 January

    Water resources management

    For foreigners Afghanistan is a country with rough terrain where huge chunk of lands are barren due to lack of water resources. But the reality is entirely different, because even borders of Afghanistan with few neighboring countries are marked by rivers and towering mountains with snow-covered peaks that are counted …

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  • 25 January

    Bamiyan residents protest highway insecurity

    AT-KABUL: In the aftermath of increasing insecurity in highway connecting the capital city Kabul with the central Bamiyan province, a number of residents in Bamiyan on Sunday attended a peaceful rally, seeking tight security measures for the highway and criticizing the government’s reluctance in this regard. Last week, at least …

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